Mrocza is a town situated on the so-called Wysoczyzna Krajeńska (in English: Krajeńska Upland), by the Rokitka River, in the Province of Kujawsko-Pomorskie, 13km away from Nakło nad Notecią and 36km away from Bydgoszcz. The town is part of the historic region of Krajna, a land located on the border between the regions of Pomerania and Greater Poland.
On 17th August 1393, King Władysław II Jagiełło granted Mrocza its borough rights, based on the Magdeburg Law.
One of the most valuable historic buildings preserved in the town is the five-nave St. Nicholas Church with a tower, built in the years 1931-1932. Inside it, there are various objects manufactured in different periods of time, spanning a number of centuries, i.e. all the way from the 17th Century to the 20th Century.
Another section in Mrocza worthy of your attention is the layout of the buildings in the very centre of it, which combines historic tenement buildings dating back to the end of the 18th and 19th Centuries and the beginning of the 20th Century.